Las Vegas, NV – The National Ground Water Association has created this slideshow of highlights from Groundwater Week 2018. Get a glimpse of the speakers, award winners and the trade show floor.
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Las Vegas, NV – Groundwater Week is where some 5,000 water well drillers, pump installers, water treatment specialists, scientists, researchers, manufacturers and suppliers came together for a unique opportunity to learn about their own and other facets of the industry, scope out new products and compare notes with their peers.
Washington, DC – In a first-of-its-kind study, scientists have combined an array of NASA satellite observations of Earth with data on human activities to map locations where freshwater is changing around the globe and to determine why.
The National Ground Water Association has created this short video to help the public – and students in particular – understand the importance of ground water and consider the industry as a future career.
These three words can help well owners know how to protect their water quality: Test your water, tend to your well system, and treat your water if necessary.
Dec. 15, 2017, Australia – Australian research organization CSIRO has created a short video describing managed aquifer recharge, the concept of humans storing water underground.
Ground Water Canada visited Fleming College to see what students in the Resources Drilling and Blasting program were up to.
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California – Stanford Earth’s Rosemary Knight recently spearheaded a project to map underground freshwater resources and forecast the intrusion of saltwater into aquifers beneath the California coastal town of Marina.
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In a special video wrap-up of Ground Water Awareness Week, we look at how ground water festivals are educating children about water and a B.C. community that is standing strong in protecting its aquifer and ground water system.
Toronto – A new video has been created by the CSA Group on the standard for the design and installation of ground source heat pump systems for use in the United States and Canada.
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Las Vegas, NV – If you've missed him on the circuit, now is your chance to hear Peter S. Cartwright discuss water quality and emerging contaminants. Cartwright, an authority in this field, delivered his farewell lecture of the 2016 McEllhiney Lecture Series during Groundwater Week in December.
Singapore – Professor John Anthony Cherry was recently awarded the Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize 2016 for his contributions to the advancement of ground water science policies, and technologies.
Batchewana First Nation, Ont. – First Nations and Human Rights Watch leaders react to a recent report from the watchdog organization that says Canada has failed to provide clean drinking water to many indigenous citizens, despite being one of the wealthiest nations in the world.
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Urbana, IL – Here are nine best practices for private well management provided by PrivateWellClass.org. The first applies to all the others: keep good well records.
Urbana, IL – As this video from PrivateWellClass.org explains, there are a number of things a private well owner should check when a well is exposed to a forest fire.
Las Vegas – Guest lecturer Neil Mansuy previews his upcoming National Ground Water Expo workshop “Water Well Rehabilitation – Understanding Well Problems and Effective Solutions." The Expo runs from Dec. 15-17 in Las Vegas.
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Greenbelt, MD – Scientists using data from NASA's Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) have found that the ground water beneath Northern India has been receding by as much as one foot per year over the past decade. After examining many environmental and climate factors, the team of hydrologists led by Matt Rodell of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., concluded that the loss is almost entirely due to human consumption. The animation shown here depicts the change in ground water levels as measured each month from January 2003 to June 2013.
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Los Angeles – Ninety-six million reflective black balls were released into an LA reservoir in an effort to help keep the water from contamination and slow evaporation. America TV News reports.
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Assembly of First Nations National Water Symposium and Tradeshow
February 26-28, 2019
OGWA training meeting
March 5, 2019
Groundwater Fly-In and Water Resources Congressional Summit
March 5-6, 2019
National Groundwater Awareness Week
March 10-16, 2019
OOWA 2019 Convention and Expo
March 17-19, 2019
Ontario Ground Water Association Annual Convention and AGM
March 22-23, 2019